650 Ponce de Leon Ave NE (Lakeview Ave NE), Atlanta, GA
Grocery Store · Midtown · 132 tips and reviews
HISTORY: The magnolia tree in the lot is the only physical remainder of a great chapter in baseball history. This was the site of Ponce De Leon Park, where Hall of Famers Eddie Mathews & Luke Appling broke in.
Baseball Stadium · Downtown Columbus · 68 tips and reviews
HISTORY: Groundbreaking for the ballpark took place on August 2, 2007, with construction being completed in April 2009. Designed by 360 Architecture, the 10,100-seat stadium is part of a $70 million project.
HISTORY: Built in 1894, this building was originally known as the Carter Building & was Boston’s first steel-frame office building. The famous landscape architect, Fletcher Steele, was a tenant in the 1920s.
HISTORY: Once the battleground of the Battle of New Orleans. Though now closed to new interments, it is the burial place to over 15,300 veterans of military campaigns from the Revolutionary War to Vietnam War.
HISTORY: Denver-bound trains have been arriving at this station since June 1, 1881. Back when the city was first linked to the Transcontinental Railroad in 1870, each railroad company had its own depot.
HISTORY: The cylindrical panoramic painting of the Civil War Battle of Atlanta here was the largest oil painting in the world until 2004, when it was surpassed in size by a mural at the Kalamazoo Air Zoo.
HISTORY: This field was once home to Boston's other Major League team: the Braves who took the name in 1912. Part of the stadium's concrete wall still stands. The Braves moved to Atlanta in 1966 & remain there